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So, on the one hand I get that Palm needs to collect data about the services they are providing in order to make sure the phone is actually working and to make the “user experience” better. However, this seems a bit beyond the pale. It’s also not clear how far Palm can take this data and with whom they might share it with. That is what really makes me nervous about cell phones and cloud computing, you just don’t know who’s out there with access to your data and personal information.
The good news is that Palm has responded to this outrage and released the following statment:
I believe Palm when they say they will not violate their trust, but there are other’s not so trustworthy out there. In fact, (being a lawyer I can speak to this somewhat) this is the major problem I have with Internet TOSs. They are often vauge, rambling and much too legalistic. If people realized half the crap they were signing away or agreeing too, they’d never agree to it. Imagine you went to the supermarket and as you checked out the cashier said “Oh, by the way, you have just agreed to let us track all your dietary needs, food purchases and market your information however we see fit”. You’d laugh in their face and probably punch them too. There needs to be a movement towards more simplified language that clearly informs the consumer of their rights and what kinds of information businesses are collecting.
Palm Pre Video
Photo attribution: James Whatley